The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education is currently inviting applications for its STLHE 2016 Annual Conference on Empowering Learners, and Effecting Change. The conference will be held at Western University and Fanshawe College in London, Ontario, June 21-24, 2016.
The graduates who are best equipped to succeed in this rapidly changing world have the ability to adapt and apply their skills to new and unpredictable contexts, see opportunity where others perceive risk, and persist in the face of challenges. STLHE 2016 will explore the ways in which we contribute to the development of students who are motivated, confident, and prepared to effect positive change in personal, professional, educational, and civic realms.
The pre-conference theme is Academic Programs: Pathways, Transfer and Collaboration.
Community and Global Engagement
Innovations in E-Learning
Student-centered Curricula, Assessment and Teaching Practices
Partners in Student Success
Teaching Assistant and Graduate Student Advancement (TAGSA)
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
Anyone affiliated with higher education (including faculty, staff, students, postdoctoral scholars, educational developers, librarians and administrators) is welcome to submit a proposal.
All session presenters must be paid registrants at the conference to appear on the schedule of sessions. Presenters must confirm their intention to attend by registering during the Early Bird registration period.